According to the leaders of the Union of Forces for Change (UFC), the names of the politicians and their supporters are on the blacklist of the government, which now seek to eliminate them physically, by using foreign mercenaries,. They also complained on the problems of insecurity in Libreville, Gabon.

Uganda: Opposition politicians arrested

Social media and cyber-activism in North Africa’s revolution

Arab World’s Revolutionary Immolations and ’Martyrdom’ Change

Morocco: A King’s revolution

Several Ugandans arrested over protests

Uganda opposition warned against planned protests

Tunisia’s unemployment suicides and protests

Morocco’s militant hackers

’Funny money’ from China a cause of Zambian mineworkers’ shootings?

Nigeria: Group to take Rivers State to court for Police crackdown

Algeria-Morocco: Violent clash averted in Western Sahara stand-off

Kenya Power & Lighting Company (KPLC) workers call off strike

A Spanish flottila to call for Western Sahara independence from Morocco

Mugabe gets pay rise as Zimbabwe struggles with salary related strikes

Ethiopians to protest "biased" election report

Zimbabwe: Simba Makoni calls for Thailand-like Red Shirt protest

15,000 British women strip for a cause

Series of chaos cripple South Africa’s transport services

Western Saharan hunger strikers and Morocco’s human rights violations

A hunger for justice in Western Sahara

Egypt lashes out at U.S. for backing reform

Mauritania: Marginalised Black populations fight against Arabisation

Togo: An opposition demonstration violently dispersed

Zimbabwe: MDC youth to demonstrate after Zanu-PF youth protest

Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai warned by Zanu-PF youths

Eritrea sanctions get mixed reactions

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